RUMFORD -Rumford Public Library announces new books added to the shelves during December.


“How I Paid for College,” Marc Acito; “Crouching Buzzard, Leaping Loon,” Donna Andrews; “Words of Silk,” Sandra Brown; “The Siren Queen,” Fiona Buckley; “The Murder Artist,” John Case; “Wiring a House,” Rex Cauldwell; “The Children’s War,” Monique Charlesworth; “The Christmas Thief,” Mary Higgins Clark; “Buddy Cooper Finds a Way,” Neil Connelly; “The Glass Virgin,” Catherine Cookson; “Black Wind,” Clive Cussler.

Also, “Winter of Discontent,” Jeanne M. Dams; “The Irish Cairn Murder,” Dicey Deere; “The Irish Village Murder,” Dicey Deere; “Night Fall,” Nelson Demille; “The Witch’s Tongue,” James D. Doss; “Metro Girl,” Janet Evanovich; “A Redbird Christmas,” Fannie Flagg; “Whiteout,” Ken Follett; “Sammy’s Hill,” Kristin Gore; “A Ghost in the Machine,” Caroline Graham; “Skeleton Man,” Tony Hillerman.

Also, “The Line of Beauty,” Alan Hollinghurst; “Any Place I Hang My Hat,” Susan Isaacs; “Woman, Thou Art Loosed,” T.D. Jakes; “The Last Dark Place,” Stuart Kaminsky; “Twisted,” Jonathan Kellerman; “The Dark Tower,” Stephen King; “Shotgun Alley,” Andrew Klavan; “A Nantucket Christmas,” Leslie Linsley; “High Country Fall,” Margaret Maron; “Peaches and Screams,” G.A. McKavett.

Also, “Falling Awake,” Jayne Ann Krentz; “Ghost Rider,” Neil Peart; “The Fearless Man,” Donald Pfarrer; “The Retreat,” Patrick Rambaud; “Saints at the River,” Ron Rash; “Silver Bells,” Luanne Rice; “The Gift,” Nora Roberts; “Gilead,” Marilynn Robinson; “Wolves Eat Dogs,” Martin Cruz Smith.

Also, “The Finishing School,” Muriel Spark; “Nobody Runs Forever,” Richard Stark; “Echoes,” Danielle Steel; “In the Night Room,” Peter Straub; “The Blighted Cliffs,” Edwin Thomas; “Liberating Paris,” Linda Bloodworth-Thomas; “Thief in Retreat,” Aimee and David Thurlo.


“Extraordinary Chickens,” Stephen Armytage; “The Book of U.S. Postal Exams,” Veltisezar B. Bautista; “Edouard Boubat: The Mongraph,” Bernard Boubat; “Sylvia Browne’s Lessons for Life,” Sylvia Browne; “Nina Campbell’s Decorating Secrets,” Alexandra Campbell; “High Above Courtside: the Lost Memories of Johnny Most,” Mike Carey.

Also, “Pay It Down,” Jean Chatzky; “Buddhism for Beginners,” Thubten Chodrun; “Communing with the Spirit of Your Unborn Child,” Dawson Church; “How To Talk To A Liberal (if you must),” Ann Coulter; “New French Country,” Linda Dannenberg; “Chronicles/ Volume One,” Bob Dylan; “Making the Alphabet Dance,” Ross Eckler; “Mary Engelbreit’s Home Sweet Home,” Mary Engelbreit.

Also, “Roman Candle,” David Evanier; “Selling Woman Short,” Liza Featherstone; “Barefoot in Paris,” Ina Gartem; “The Exception to the Rulers,” Amy Goodman; “In Every Pew Sits a Broken Heart,” Ruth Graham; “The End of Faith: Religion, Terror and the Future of Reason,” Sam Harris; “I’m Too Young to Have Breast Cancer,” Beth Leibson-Hawkins.

Also, “Hell or High Water,” Peter Heller; “Ortho’s All About Roofing and Siding Basics,” Larry Johnston; “One Man’s Wilderness,” Richard Proenneke; “Emeril’s There’s a Chef in My Soup,” Emeril Lagasse; “The Grand Masters of Maine Gardening and Some of Their Disciples,” Jane Lamb; “Microsoft Windows XP Professional,” Kenneth Laudon.

Also, “Feast Food that Celebrates Life,” Niella Lawson; “Birnbaum’s Walt Disney World,” Wendy Lefkon; “Christopher Lowell’s You Can Do It!,” Christopher Lowell; “77 Habits of Highly Creative Designers,” Sara Lynch; “Cooking New American,” Fine Cooking; “The Family Butterfly Book,” Rick Mikula; “Faithful,” Stewart O’Nan; “Your Best Life Now,” Joel Osteen; “Natural Home Heating,” Greg Pahl; “Banana Republicans,” Sheldon Rampton.

Also, “The European Dream,” Jeremy Rifkin; “Dream State: Eight Generation of Swamp Lawyers, Conquistadors,” Diane Roberts; “Himalaya,” Anne de Sales; “Sensible Chic: Smart Style on Any Budget,” Sensible Chic; “Decorating With Architectural Trimwork,” Jay Silber.

Also, “Castles,” Donald Sommerville; “The Opposite of Fate,” Amy Tan; “Design on a Dime,” Tincher-Durik, ed.; “Origins,” Neil DeGrasse Tyson; “The Godfather Returns,” Mark Winegardner; “Martin Yan Quick and Easy,” Martin Yan.


“Heard It Throught the Grapevine,” Pamela Browning; “Double the Thrill,” Susan Kearney; “On a Snowy Night,” Debbie Macomber; “Second Hand Bride,” Linda Lael Miller; “Black Water,” T. Jefferson Parker; “A Heroe’s Kiss,” Diana Palmer; “The Amulet of Samarkand,” Jonathan Stroud; “The Subtle Serpent,” Peter Tremayne; “Orchid Blues,” Stuart Woods.


“Cadfael: Morbid Taste for Bones”; “Emperor’s New Groove”; “Jonny Quest: Season One”; “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe”; “Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring”; “Pilates Conditioning for Weight Loss”; “Rose Red”; “Winged Migration.”

Large print

“Key of Valor,” Nora Roberts.


“Hour Game,” David Baldacci; “The Third Twin,” Ken Follett; “Murder List,” Julie Garwood; “Mr. Paradise,” Elmore Leonard; “Jarhead,” Anthony Swofford.


“Are You Afraid of the Dark?”; “Beach Parties”; “Beat Cafe”; “Das Klagenda Lied”; “The Essential Johnny Cash”; “Le Nozze Di Figaro”; “Lenny.”

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